Nebo Slyde King Rechargeable Flashlight - Smoke Grey
Batteries Are Included
Regular Price: $79.95
Sale Price $74.90
Retail Price $129
Reinforcing existing usage, the Slyde King features a programmable smart memory feature allowing for the return of past use (the flashlight will remember your past dim settings saved in each mode), and a magnetic rear for hands-free application while on the go.
4x adjustable zoom and 2 lighting colours (red and white light), its capacity to run can be 24 hours long. The white light is a standard light that can be used to blind attackers, whereas red for the preservation of night vision.
Nebo Slyde King Rechargeable Flashlight - Smoke Grey uses a tactical edge bezel suitable for military and crowd control applications. When you hammer down Slyde King for defense, the bezel in the headpiece will do some bodily tissue damage. An anodized airplane-grade aluminum frame makes it durable with further water and impact emphasized resistance.
The Slyde King is a rechargeable flashlight with a built-in battery charging indicator. Among its light modes, it features a key Chips-On-Board (C.O.B) Work Light function, and an Optimized Clarity (OC) Technology for an evenly distributed beam of light while using the flood mode. With a side positioned on / off button, to prevent accidental opening a lock-out mode is added.
Power / Light Modes
|Flashlight||330 Lumens||2 Hours||123 Meters|
|C.O.B Work Light||250 Lumens||4.25 Hours||22 Meters|
|Red Light||40 Lumens||4.75 Hours||22 Meters|
|Red Flash||40 Lumens||24 Hours||22 Meters|
|Product Weight (KG)||0.364|
- Its a Torch.......!
- I am a Nitecore fan but decided that the slyde king could live in my car as an all around torch and it can. It reminds me of a D cell Mag light in that it does what it says, albeit only that. Bizzare equal lighting with no hot spot at all. The zoom works well as does the worklight function. This TORCH does everything well while not doing anything wonderful. Well made and sturdy with a great magnetic base but it is not the light you want to light up a distant object. It is too soft. Compared to a Nitecore MH25 it is a candle but its cost is getting right up there so overall a bit underwhelming. Also instructions are literally non-existant. If I am spending this much coin I expect to be told how to use it. (Posted on 23/03/2020)